Enrollment is open to anyone who has completed high school. Students currently attending high school should consult their high school principal or counselor to obtain written approval, which must accompany their registration card. The approval must be signed by a school official on school letterhead. Students who were dismissed from the University of California or who have withdrawn from a UC while on academic or disciplinary probation are not eligible for concurrent enrollment. Please contact 858-534-3420 for more information.
For UC Undergraduates only, course fees are $271 per unit. For all other visiting students (e.g. US college/university student, high school, UCSD alumni) course fees are $339 per unit. Course fees are subject to change without notice.
Some Biology, Chemistry, and Physics courses may require a mandatory $75 lab fee in addition to the course fee.
Courses utilizing Academic Computing Services (ACS) will be subject to a mandatory non-refundable $50 charge per course.
There are no discounts for the concurrent program. UCSD Extension does not offer financial aid to concurrent students.
*The CSE department has their own process for approving Extension students to enroll in CSE courses through Concurrent Enrollment.
*The Economics department maintains a sign-up sheet for Extension students registering through Concurrent Enrollment in undergraduate economics courses.
**Rady School of Management allows concurrent enrollment in many of their undergraduate courses. To enroll, Extension students must follow the process laid out on their website.
For classes where the instructor has requested TED access, there will be a mandatory, non-refundable $50 fee due at the time of enrollment. Former UCSD students will not be able to use their old AX account. They will need to request a new account through UCSD Extension.
For first-time TED access, students will need to come in to the UCSD Extension Student Services office. Please note: it is not mandatory to pay for a concurrent enrollment course before getting access to TED. Students can request TED Access at any point in the first three weeks of the quarter. However, if students do not come back to pay for courses by the published deadlines, TED access will be shut off.
For returning concurrent enrollment students who already have an AX account, students only need to add new classes to the existing account. This can be done at any point in the quarter, until the Friday of week three. Students do not need to wait until they have paid to add new classes to an existing TED account.
For troubleshooting and technical help, please contact the ACMS Help Desk at email@example.com or by phone at 858-534-3227.
Are you a non-immigrant international student who needs to be enrolled into full-time studies to satisfy a visa requirement or to further your educational goals? If you are a non-immigrant international student and you would like to enroll in a full-time study program of university credit-bearing classes, visit University and Professional Studies (UPS) or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The UPS program is for non-immigrant international students who wish to take a full-time load of university and university extension credit-bearing courses. If you are unsure of whether or not you need to be enrolled into a full-time program to maintain the requirements of your visa, please contact our Immigration Advisor, Olga Piro, at email@example.com.
Participating in a UC San Diego Extension educational program does not in itself provide preference in admission to the University of California degree programs. Students interested in applying to UC degree programs should refer to the UC Admissions website or the admissions office of the UC campus they wish to attend for details about the admissions process.
Individual study classes numbered 197, 198, 199, 298, 299 or seminars require special approval. Students must attain an instructor signature and departmental stamp approval on the Concurrent Enrollment registration card and department petition form.
UCSD Extension concurrent enrollment provides academic support services to students with qualifying and documented disabilities. Learn more about disability support services.
Student may withdraw from concurrent courses in accordance with the deadlines. To change or withdraw from a course, students will need to submit the request in writing. Failure to file a drop request will result in an "F' for the course. Non-attendance in class or notifying the instructor does not constitute official course withdrawal.
You may purchase a student affiliate ID card for $15. This will allow you library privileges when accompanied with a ID card receipt. Learn more on the UCSD's Libraries.
Students are responsible for purchasing a parking permit or using metered space, except on weekends when parking is free. Permits may be purchased at Pay Stations located in parking lots or at the Gilman parking structure Transportation Office. Learn more about parking at UC San Diego.
Concurrent students earn full academic credit and participate in courses as regular UCSD students, subject to the same conditions, requirements, and standards. Unless enrolling on a non-credit basis, students may take courses either for a letter grade or Pass/No Pass grade (pass is a C- or better). Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading is intended for use for graduate level classes only.
Concurrent Students may take up to 18 units per quarter. Additional units may be obtained by petition.
Refunds will be granted minus a $25.00 processing fee for each course if the refund request is submitted by the refund deadline. Tech and lab fees are non-refundable. Refund request must be submitted in writing either in person or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UCSD Extension maintains a transcript for each student, listing all completed course, grades and credit earned. Transcripts must be requested in writing and cost $15 per copy.
Concurrent units are transferable to many academic institutions. Units transferred to UCSD will be accepted as unit credit toward graduation but will not be averaged into a student's UCSD grade-point average.